Comparing Open Source CMS in an Open Forum

This session is part of the LYRASIS second Friday series, a series of workshops providing information about and sharing new ideas and resources for resource sharing, electronic resources, and cataloging.

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Description:

Which open source content management system (CMS) is right for you (or your library)? Learn all about what makes WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla the leaders in the open source CMS space as well as seeing what's new in the world of CMSs. Blake Carver will cover the present and future of Drupal, WordPress, and Joomla and expose the strengths and weaknesses of the systems. They help you decide which CMS is best for certain types of applications such as personal blogs, library websites, and other applications.












Notes:

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